Gen. David W. Wardrop. Gen. David David W. Wardrop, Department Commander of the Union Veteran Union of Massachusetts, died yesterday at Boston. About two weeks ago Gen. Wardrop suf- fered a shock at the Custom House and was removed to his home. Gen. Wardrop was born in Philadelphia in 1824 of Scotch par- entage. On the breaking out of the war of the rebellion he enlisted as Colonel of the Third Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, April 16, 1861. He was mustered out July 22, 1861. On Aug. 21, 1861, he again entered the service as Colonel of the Ninety- ninth New York Infantry, Naval Brigade, and was finall mustered out of the United States service Jan. 17, 1865, with the rank of Brevet Brigadier General, having served as Military Governor of Roanoke Island, N.C.